The Acting Company makes a strong case for this revival of Eccentricities of a Nightingale-a play that has not had a major revival in New York since its premiere in 1976.
You don't have to be British or Indian to enjoy Rafta, ,Rafta -a charming portrait of family life
A Catered Affair is not always easy sledding, but, ultimately, you'll be glad you rode it out.
No,No, Nanette has been almost perfectly revived as the last production of this season's Encores! series. Call it a heavenly amount of tap-happy jazz-age fun.
No,No,Nanette the last production of this year's City Center Encores! season is perfectly okay. But did Nanette really need another encore? Shouldn't Encores! be willing to take more chances?
Over the centuries, women have given up a lot to succeed-as Caryl Churchill's Top Girls clearly points out.
Boeing-Boeing is such a good time at the theater that it may single-handedly make farces bankable on Broadway.
This production of Macbeth, starring Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, expertly reveals the stark universality of the destructive quest for power at all costs.
Endgame still stands up as original and unique as it was when it first premiered in 1957.
Glory Days, a transfer from the D.C. area's Signature Theatre should have been held back.